Case Studies

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Upper Bellinger River Aquatic & Terrestrial Habitat Connections

Engaging landholders and the community in improving Lowland Subtropical Rainforest riparian vegetation as vital habitat for threatened species

Native Vegetation Workshops Livestock Community

County Council members match LLCI grant

Four Sydney Local Councils have made a resolution to match the other 0.5 FTE of the Hawkesbury Landcare Network's Local Landcare Coordinator, namely Hawkesbury, Hills, Blacktown and Penrith

Local Government

Vertebrate Pest Forums in the Western Region

Increasing landholder knowledge of pest species, their movements and management strategies

MEPAAW Pest control Livestock

Linking to the Lachlan

Sydney Uni Landcare Society lend helping hands to a Rivers of Carbon riparian restoration site along the headwaters of the Lachlan River.

Weaving Magic At Murrin Bridge

A Day Weaving Baskets

Youth Native Vegetation Cultural Heritage Community

School Sustenance Garden

Developing A Garden With Eatables & Promoting Awareness For The Nationally Endangered Small Purple-Pea (Swainsona recta)

Gundungurra Connections

As part of reconciliation week, the Goulburn/Mulwaree, Upper Lachlan and Wingecarribee Landcare regions came together to learn from traditional custodians about connecting to the country Gundungurra country through Bushcare and Landcare.

Education

Flying Kites to Save a Parrot

Setting up a kite making stall at the Harden Kite festival proved to be an extremely beneficial awareness raising strategy for the plight of the Superb Parrot

Youth Education Community

Paddock Trees- Who will miss them when they are gone?

Neighbouring groups Yass Landcare & Hovells Creek Landcare Group got together in honour of the Paddock Tree.

Native Vegetation Habitat

Macleay Hastings Landcare Feral Cat Workshops

Keep your ferals out, and your domestics in. That’s the message on how to reduce the impact of cats on our native wildlife.

MEPAAW Workshops Pest control

Saving the Small Purple Pea

Educating the community about our environment and ways to help protect endangered species, such as Swainsona Recta - Small Purple Pea

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Where was your BFF today?

A promotional exploration into responsible pet ownership

MEPAAW

Fireweed and turf farming in the Hawkesbury lowlands

Various activities were carried out in an attempt to engage neighbours of Turf farms to better manage their Fireweed. Green cestrum and other toxic weeds were also included in the weed education, as a range of weeds that impose a threat to any farm operation in the area.

Green Drinks

Green Drinks is a monthly event for communities across western Sydney, where like-minded green people meet to offload and network with others about local environmental issues. The events are not all about drinking, but are held at pubs and include a meeting as the core component.

Community

Saving the Cumberland Plain Woodland with fire

A partnership with Greater Sydney Landcare Network and the National Parks & Wildlife Service successfully gained $350,000 for fire management on western Sydney’s Critically Endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland.

Plein Air, Passion Mashing and Landcare

Creatively Connecting Community with our Landscape

Community

BatBlitz Western Sydney

Citizen science and researching micro bats in a threatened western Sydney riparian environment

Community

A Safety First

Providing first aid training for our members

Deer in Greater Sydney

An information event for Landcarers, Councils and Property owners

MEPAAW Workshops